In November, when Cleveland voters chose a political newcomer as their next mayor, the election outcome was part of a broader sea change in the civic sphere. A new generation of diverse leaders have a new vision for the future of the city, and for many, it starts with our neighborhoods.
Recently, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress developed a comprehensive platform focused on municipal modernization, infrastructure, economic development, and housing. Their platform advocates for specific changes for the new administration and council to enact that the organization believes will strengthen all Cleveland neighborhoods. Combine this with recently released neighborhood-level data fact sheets, we can see a clear picture of the current health of our city’s neighborhoods.
What do the people who serve our neighborhoods think it will take to lay the foundation from which all neighborhoods can grow and thrive? Join us, in-person at the City Club as we hear from neighborhood leadership on their strategies and more.
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